Macon County's Redeploy Illinois program is locally referred to as "Community ACCESS" (Alternative Collaborative Change Education Support Success). The goal of this program is to create a collaborative and community-based approach to increasing access to community-based services for juveniles, their families, victims and the community. In addition, juveniles served by this Redeploy Illinois program receive a continuum of services based upon their specific needs and risk levels. Services are provided to both individual offenders and their families.

The continuum of services provided by the Macon County Redeploy Illinois program consists of strategies and sanctions ranging from least restrictive to most restrictive including:

  • Cognitive education and treatment
  • Community restorative boards
  • Gender-specific services
  • Home detention
  • Life skills training
  • Mental health treatment
  • Parent/family support services
  • Quality assessment process (initial and ongoing)
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Teen court
  • Victim-related services
  • Violence reduction treatment.